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The purpose of this guide will be to provide application information to users of carrier equipment as applied on power transmission lines. Information related to the expanding usage of carriers on distribution lines below 69 kV will not be covered. Detailed equipment design information wioll be avoided as this is primarily the concern of equipment manufacturers. Material on power line carrier channel characteristics will be presented along with discussions on intrabundle conductor systems and insulated shield wire systems. Procedures will be provided for the calculation of channel performance. Data for the calculations will be drawn from various sections of the guide. The coupling components considered will be line traps, coupling capacitors, line tuners, coaxial cables, hybrids, and filters. Frequency selection practices and future trends will also be discussed. An effort will be made to coordinate this Guide with the CIGRE Guide and IEC Standards.
This Guide was published in 1980 and is in need of revision and addition of new material. The primary users of this Guide will be utility engineers and manufacturers who apply p9ower line carrier equipment to the power system.
Revision Standard - Active. Revision of IEEE Std 643-1980 The purpose of this guide is to provide application information to users of carrier equipment as applied on power transmission lines. Since the major applications of the power-line carrier (PLC) is for protective relaying, special consideration for these applications has been included. Information related to the expanding usage of carriers on distribution lines below 69 kV is not specifically covered. Detailed equipment design information is avoided as this is primarily the concern of equipment manufacturers.